Providing feedback to online students: A new approach

@inproceedings{PoyatosMatas2005ProvidingFT,
  title={Providing feedback to online students: A new approach},
  author={Cristina Poyatos-Matas and Cameron Allan Griffith and K P Australia},
  year={2005}
}
Feedback is the most important feature of assessment as it provides students with a statement of their learning and advice about how to improve. In the on-line environment, the provision of eff ective assignment feedback is particularly important because online students generally receive far less informal feedback from teachers than students in face-to-face classes. However, the provision of extensive formal written feedback to on-line students can be a very time consuming for teachers. Th is… CONTINUE READING

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